Tag Archives: Barbarian Metal
Intros, Outros and Instrumental Interludes…yes or no?
Ever since I began to listen to rock and metal some twenty years ago now, I have been delighted by and frustrated by a particular phenomenon…the instrumental interlude. Most of the time, these pieces of music are used as an introduction to an album or as a closer. Often, instrumentals act as book-ends, both opening Continue Reading »
Unknown & Underrated – Part 2
Welcome to the second instalment of my series that aims to shed some light on albums that I love but that for some reason have not found the interest and love that I firmly believe that they deserve. Yesterday’s post offered black metal in the form of Hecate Enthroned, thrash metal courtesy of Dearly Beheaded Continue Reading »